Combe Mill - Combe Mill in Steam Sun 15th March 2018

Thu 15 March 2018 10.00am to 5.00pm

Treasurer, 01993358694

Combe Mill, Blenheim Palace Sawmills , Long Hanborough , OX29 8ET

£7.50 adults £6.00 seniors&children over 5 no vat

COMBE MILL in STEAM Sun 18th March 2018

Themed:- Science and Engineering at Combe Mill

Come along and experience the power of steam and water. Watch the laws of physics at work in all aspects of this restored sawmill and workshop that once served the Blenheim Palace Estate. Enjoy this working industrial museum with its late 19th Century Steam Beam Engine. Line Shafting together with the working restored Waterwheel and dual Blacksmiths Forge. This hands-on museum takes pride in making you think and learn through trying your hand at making things and seeing how machinery works. Demonstrations of craftsmen's tools plus a collection Of Working Historic Tower Clocks make for an enjoyable visit. Discover the Natural History of the adjacent River Evenlode and forest. There is a Millie-the-mill-cat trail for the children to win a `Millie` badge. There is plenty to enjoy and do. Refreshments are available in our Riverside Tea Room indoor seating or enjoy the tranquillity of the Picnic area by the River Evenlode.… a place to discover.

Combe Mill, Blenheim Palace Sawmills, Long Hanborough, Oxfordshire. OX29 8ET

Admission :- Adults £7.50, Concessions & Children £6.00, under 5s free, Family Ticket discount

Open:- 10am to 5pm

Contact:- Combe Mill Society, 01993 358694.| | for events see events page |

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Other Opening:- NOT in STEAM

Wednesdays (every) | April - September 2018

Sundays:- `NOT IN STEAM` 1st Sun of each month only | April - October

Admission: - Adults £5.00, concessions & children £4.00, u5`s free

Opening:- 10.30 - 16.30 last admission 15.30

Volunteers will be available for viewing with `Themed` Guided Tour explaining the workings and history of Combe Mill.

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Combe Mill

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Combe Mill is a Late 19th Century restored Water Mill, standing by the River Evenlode, on Blenheim Palace Estate, was in its day the complete workshop for Blenheim Palace Estate

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